Hot Butter was an early 1970s instrumental group led by keyboardist, composer, arranger, and conductor Stan Free (April 2, 1922 - August 17, 1995). Hot Butter is best remembered for the Top 10 hit, "Popcorn" (1972), which was performed to great effect by Free on a Moog synthesizer. "Popcorn" also became very popular internationally, topping the charts in many European countries. Hot Butter also released two other Moog synthesizer pieces with food and beverage-related song titles that became minor hits in 1973: "Tequila" and "Percolator."
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- Popcorn 1972
(This instrumental hit, which was played on a Moog synthesizer, sounds very much like its song title.)
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